Why pick between your passions when you can design a life based on ALL of them?
Read these if you want to master the art of the essay.
KOKUMO blasts through the bullshit rhetoric and tokenism that too-often engulf queer and trans communities in order to expose the raw struggle to survive at their heart.
Fat women deserve space in fairytales, magic vs math, why calling it “confessional writing” is sexist and more.
Priestdaddy, the poet’s new coming-of-age memoir, has a lot of twists and a lot of power.
Topics include US Gymnastics, eating disorders and heartbreak, New Orleans’ racial undertones, Lil Wayne’s prison memoir, Amy Grant, S-Town, Eileen Myles, Roe V Wade and so much more!
Emil Ferris’s debut graphic novel, about a ten-year-old half-Mexican tomboy who is obsessed with horror films and detective comics, explores the intersection between gender, sexuality, race and class.
Everything on the internet you need to read about The Handmaid’s Tale, plus our discussion!
Grammar as privilege, cardboard presses, ranking fictional drugs, disability in sci-fi and fantasy and more.
Looking for clearly queer Asian and Pacific Islander women in fiction? Look no further.
Topics include Rachel Dolezal, transformative justice, Coachella, true love that isn’t true love at all, a new kind of “crowdsourcing,” Slack, and so much more!
“It was one of those rare moments in American history when there was something worse than being a lesbian, and that was being a Communist.”
Runaways, witches, and girl gangs: a review and conversation with Kai Cheng Thom on her new book, Fierce Femmes and Notorious Liars.
Queer young adult fiction is exploding right now, but with so much out there, how can you figure out what to read next? These 25 queer YA novels — including superheroes, romance, small-town mysteries, mermaids, assassins and more — all feature or were written by LGBTQ women.
Poetry by Precious Okoyomon, living a feminist life, women’s ambition, more inclusive ways to think of feminism and womanism, and more.
“So, are menstrual bags good, or are they bad? Do they empower women, or further constrict them? It becomes obvious that this is not a zero-sum game, and Moore illuminates the coexistence of multiple conflicting truths.”
“One way we can change the narratives around our sexuality and our erotic bodies is by taking up space as sexual beings and celebrating other women and femmes doing the same.” This zine is on it.
They’re here, at least one of them’s queer, and surprise: she’s not the one who dies! “Coady and the Creepies” rocks queer and disability representation, punk history and more.
Topics include Donald Trump being full of lies, Disneyland’s 50th anniversary, leaving, Lolita, California, Clifton’s Cafeteria, slot machines, Alexa and so much more!
These 10 queer poets focus on rawness and beauty and the importance of being true.